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BS Health Sciences/PharmD

Your path to a successful career in Pharmacy begins at Husson.

As a high school graduate, you can earn a BS in Health Sciences and a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) in 6 years. Husson University’s BS/PharmD program uses a 2+4 format that guarantees you a seat in our pharmacy program provided you meet admissions requirements.

 

Why Choose Husson?

Build a Solid Foundation. You'll receive a strong foundation in chemistry, biology, math, economics and communications. You will also begin to develop the technical and soft skills you'll need to launch a successful pharmacy career.

Seamless Transition into the Professional Phase. Husson pre-professional students who maintain the necessary GPA and who have a successful interview and PCAT score will be guaranteed a seat in the professional phase of the pharmacy program.

Individualized Attention. As a pre-professional student, you'll be advised by pharmacy faculty starting in your first year and continuing through the professional program. Personalized supplemental materials and a dedicated success coach provide continuous support.

Peer Support. The Pharmacy Club offers information and guidance to pre-professional students and is advised by a Pharmacy faculty member. Once you enter the professional phase, you'll be assigned a peer mentor to help you transition into the professional program.

The Husson Value. Earning a degree at Husson allows you to receive a high-quality education at an exceptional value. Check our Highly Competitive Tuition Rates »

 

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Pharmacy Club

Husson University’s Pharmacy Club is geared toward students in the first and second year of the program. It is designed to provide insight into key aspects of the pre-professional to professional phase transition process while getting to know other students with similar professional goals. The club offers information and advising for prerequisite courses, required grade and GPA minimums, tips for the interview process, preparation for the PCAT test, and what to expect when entering the pharmacy program. The club organizes events that incorporate guest speakers so students are exposed to a wide variety perspectives and experiences.

 

Next Steps

Are you ready to start the admissions process, or would like more information? 

For more information, contact
Phone and Email Address
Melissa Rosenberg
Director of Graduate Admissions
207.404.5660
rosenbergm@husson.edu
130 Peabody Hall
Husson University
1 College Circle
Bangor, Maine 04401